Korean Restaurants in Malaysia – 199 Restaurants
Namoo means 'tree' in korean, it brings us warm,comfortable and natural feeling. In the pasts, Korean dessert only served to the KING, but now Namoo is here to introduce you what is the korean dessert .
posted misscawaii.blogspot.com 37 ReviewsSuperb
I like the potato cake! I really fall in love to it! Of course the pasta they are serving really nice too. Should go for it!
Daorae serves a wide variety of Korean dishes. Daorae operates by the motto ‘the customers is always right’, thus their main objective is to provide good services to their customers.
Daorae is a fairly good Korean restaurant franchise, where customers sit on the wooden floor-like with holes in it, the free to refill side dishes, and of cause the expensive and delicious BBQ meat. The service is quick and friendly, and it is not too crowded.
posted wonderfoodtravel.blogspot.com 24 ReviewsExceptional
Upon entering the restaurant, i noticed each table has a hot plate on it. The tables were divided into two: one low enough that allows us to sit on the floor and eat, and another for us to sit on the chair. We sat, a bottle of water was brought to our table, and we began placing our orders. We ordered hot plate chicken (minimum of 2 persons, so we chose one Original and one Spicy) and Ramen noodles. See blog for more!
a place where you can do-it-yourself cooking on top of da table
posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 180 ReviewsSuperb
We usually think about Thai food we will think of their Tom Yam soup, Pad Thai Noodles and their Green Curry cuisine. We are very glad now that there are something more can add on the list which is their BBQ meat. The difference is not the same than the Korean BBQ that I usually blog on. This is more to DIY BBQ and also their meat is original and not marinated. So the one and only BBQ meat in Thai style is at Bar B Q Plaza.
They serve authentic korean dishes…Daorae serves high quality food with simple, relax environment…The other good thing about Korean restaurant is the unlimited refill of Ban-Chan (small dishes served along with meal). The most popular and common small dishes is Kimchi.
Visited this branch on 2nd Mar 2014. Found a plastic wrapper debris in my side dish. So I asked for manager, but the waiter refused and took the side dish away and just changed a new one for me, without any apologies.
Alrighty, so what’s good in Haeun Khon ? Why, Korean food of course ! This place serves 3 different kind of cuisines, namely Korean, Japanese and Chinese. But I personally prefer their Korean food.
posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 180 ReviewsExceptional
I finished all the soup in the korean pot and left nothing in there. This is how delicious it can be but nothing is perfect in any restaurant. There are number of things that this restaurant lacked of. Such as, no wi-fi available here, the waiters have no smile and after dining here for more than 3 years, their menu book is still the same old and untidy. Never create new dishes but still have this kind of crowd. You need to come early or call to reserve. If you do not reached by your promised reserve time, your table will be taken.
posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 15 ReviewsExceptional
The sliced chicken was tender, the cabbage was cooked to slightly softer and the rice cake was just so yummy. And we were glad we ordered the udon as the 2 portion of Dak Galbi seem slightly small for a couple. So, if you were to go in a group of men, you might want to order slightly more depending on your appetite. You do feel like having fried kuey tiao at some point but the secret recipe of the sauce has made the taste somewhat more delicious. It does not taste even close to Kimchi as it is not sour, but something you should really give it a try.
The food was very authentic and we were shown a cozy little room. The food was good the service average.
posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
Overall, the food isn't as good as I thought it would be and my friend even dared to say that the one we had over at DaoRae, Taipan is far better. Well at least the service over there are more down to earth and generous.